WASHINGTON — Democrats and Republicans escalated the war of words over regulatory reform on Tuesday, with the GOP saying the current bill is unacceptable and the White House objecting to any compromise.

Senate Banking Committee Chairman Dodd said he was still talking to numerous parties involved in the debate, and remained optimistic that the bill would pass the Senate. He said he assumed that Republican support for the bill would emerge and left the door open to their input.

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